Either you love them or you hate them: skinny jeans are tight-fitting trousers with a small amount of stretch (usually elastane), which means that the fabric has a certain flexibility. And this is also necessary to put on the mostly very body-hugging models. But apart from the fact that skinny jeans bring out the female silhouette, the question arises: what colors and styles are trending this winter? We'll tell you.
1. Dark colors
When the days get shorter and the nights longer, the dark season is also reflected in the fashion world: this winter, strong shades of blue are very trendy. They give any skinny jeans a modern touch and are ideal for combining with knitted tops (pullovers, coats and jackets) in light cream colors such as sand or beige.
2. Vintage washes
Skinny jeans with vintage washes are also very casual and yet chic this winter. Whether blue or gray doesn't matter. The main thing is that the trousers are largely faded, brushed, scuffed, mottled or have the typical used look. Anything that pleases and gives the skinny jeans a casual touch is allowed.
3. Oversize Style
Tight-fitting skinny jeans can be perfectly staged by combining them with wide-cut pieces of clothing - such as an oversized T-shirt, a wide blouse or a loose, oversized knit sweater. This winter look works even better with subtle colors such as grey, beige or brown.
4. Perfect shoe combo
Skinny jeans can not only be emphasized with the right piece of clothing, but also with the right shoes. Lined sneakers or chunky loafers go particularly well with the figure-hugging pants, but the pants also go well with classic winter boots in dark tones on cold days.
5. Black is trump
Black isn't a color? Are you kidding me? Are you serious when you say that! It can't be dark enough this winter: Instead of combining different looks and colors, a minimalist styling can be achieved particularly well by combining black skinny jeans with black shoes, a black top and/or a black jacket.
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